But I’ll find who I quoted from so you can tell me it’s MSM therefore false – hang on.
nvrmind – 2006. I wrote one of the first Twitter clients ever, I should remember. I didn’t expect Twitter to take off at the time. But some of the later clients used my ridiculous code which is cool.
Snapchat’s too well exposed and well known to be all that fantastic. But I was never a wave-rider when I used to invest. I was a contrarian.
Here’s the article you can dismiss that quotes WSJ who I quoted through.
What’s happening now Mike is an artificial Soros bubble being inflated by others as well (as Soros’ techniques are well known – he was never shy about them). They’re inflating and riding the artificial bubble and the smarter ones will jump ship just before the market correction.
“what we have now is based on reality?!?” oh dear. You really don’t understand how the markets function.
Carry on then.
You would’ve been like my boss in 1999/2000 who bought me a book on Enron and “Dow at 30,000″ and encouraged me strongly to invest in energy futures.
But even though I was new at investing, I knew it was shit (what fundamentals did they have? Zippo) and ignored his advice.
With all the people like you out there, I REALLY should get back into investing.
I did do it well. From 1999-2014. Got a house/mortgage, was able to start a home-based business with my brother and family. Lived off of a few good investments that I didn’t have to touch. [last input I gave was early 2002 – picked off the top ’til 2012 when I started eating at the principle and finished it up].
Trick was investing with long term in mind but picking at it the same way that people do for short term.